Professor Roberta Hunter, Dr Jodie Hunter and DMIC mentor Bronwyn Gibbs represented DMIC at the recent "Taking the Lead - Celebrating our Curricula" hui organised by NZEI Te Riu Roa. Leaders and from school, early childhood, higher education, research, policy and union contexts gathered for this hui to hear from experts and to share their own expertise in working with all the New Zealand curricula.
Professor Hunter and Dr Hunter gave a keynote address highlighting how core aspects of DMIC align with the government's proposed work plan, which places learners at the centre and emphasises quality teaching, quality public education, barrier-free access, and 21st century learning. A video of their presentation can be viewed here.
Bronwyn gave a shorter presentation telling the story of her own involvement in DMIC, first as a teacher and now as a mentor. A video of Bronwyn's presentation can be viewed here.
A highlights video containing snippets of a range of presentations across the hui is available here.